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  Denaturation
Denaturation of nucleic acids was thought to be irreversible until 1961 [2].
Denaturation of DNA is usually achieved by heat treatment or high pH, which causes the double-stranded helix to dissociate into single strands.
Denaturation of DNA is a prerequisite for the hybridization of originally double-stranded DNA with other nucleic acids [12].
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  Denaturation Protein
Denaturation of proteins involves the disruption and possible destruction of both the secondary and tertiary structures.
Since denaturation reactions are not strong enough to break the peptide bonds, the primary structure (sequence of amino acids) remains the same after a denaturation process.
Denaturation occurs because the bonding interactions responsible for the secondary structure (hydrogen bonds to amides) and tertiary structure are disrupted.
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  AllRefer.com - denaturation (Biochemistry) - Encyclopedia
Denaturation is defined as a major change from the original native state without alteration of the molecule's primary structure, i.e., without cleavage of any of the primary chemical bonds that link one amino acid to another.
Denaturation may be studied in the laboratory in any number of ways that monitor the physical properties of protein.
Denaturing is also used to describe the unrelated process of adding a poisonous substance to ethanol to make it unsuitable for human consumption.
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